Did you know that in British Columbia that the economic activities are forestry (spruce, pine, and fir trees), mining (copper, silver, and gold), and fishing (salmon, trout, and steelhead)?
Do you know if they do any of the economic activities in the capital of British Columbia, Victoria?
I don't know, if any of the economic activities are in Victoria, but I do know that the economic activities happen between the latitudes of 59*n and 48*N, which is British Columbia's northern and southernmost border.
Wow, isn't the capital of Alberta, Edmonton Beautiful?
It's amazing to think all of those activities happen between Alberta's northernmost latitude of 59*N and its southernmost latitude of 49*N
It sure is! I can't believe that some of Alberta's economic activities are poultry (cattle, hog, and sheep), mining (salt and limestone), and grain exports (wheat and oats)
Hey, sis did you know that the northernmost latitude of Saskatchewan is 59*N and the southernmost latitude is 49*N?
Hmm.. I didn't know that. Did you know that the capital of Saskatchewan is Regina?
Of course I know that! Did you know that the economic activities of Saskatchewan are uranium exports, grain production (wheat), and oil and natural gas exports?
Did you know that some of the economic activities of Manitoba are pharmaceuticals, electrical energy, and paper products?
British Columbia Point of Interest- Butchart Gardens Three things that I learned 1. The Butchart Gardens is a national historic site of Canada. 2.The Disney Kingdom Epcot was inspired by the Butchart Gardens. 3.There are firework shows and aerial ground displays at the Butchart Gardens.
In fact, I did know that. All of those economic activities happen between the latitude of 79*N and 59*N
I seem to be a little lost, I was heading for the capital of the Northwestern Territories, which is Yellowknife
Alberta Powerpoint State Nickname: "Coalberta" Highest Point- Mount Columbia (12,293 feet) 5 largest cities- Calgary, Edmonton, Red Deer, Strathcona County, and Lethbridge
I can't help you get to Yellowknife, but I can tell you the latitudes of the Northwestern Territories. The northernmost latitude is 79*N and the southernmost latitude is 59*N.
Saskatchewan State Float Saskatchewan is known for: Potash 5 words related to Saskatchewan: Wheat, Uranium, Northern lights, Cold winters, and Lakes Famous Person: Jeremy Wotherspoon, Kyle Riabko, and Hayley Wickenheiser
Brrr it's freezing here! I can't wait to get back home to Whitehorse, which is the capital of Yukon.
It is really cold! Especially since we are near the northern border of Yukon, which is 69.5*N in latitude. We are really far away from the southern border of Yukon, which is the latitude of 59*N.
Who doesn't know that?
Manitoba Collage Winnipeg Art Gallery: This art gallery is a civic art gallery that has exhibitions, sculptures, and collections Asessippi Ski Area and Resort: This ski resort has 26 runs, 2 terrains, and a beginner area. Kildonan Park: This park offers athletic fields, gardens, and pools.
Well honey, we better get going, we still have a long way to go to reach the capital of Manitoba, which is Winnipeg.
Northwestern Territories National Park: Nahanni National Park 1. The McKenzie Mountain Range is apart of the Nahanni National Park. 2. Golden eagles live in the Nahanni National Park. 3. You can hike up Sunblood Mountain at Nahanni National Park.
Thanks for the information. One more thing, do you know what the economic activities are in the Northwestern Territories?
Sure, the economic activities of the Northwestern Territories are mining ( diamonds, radium, and gold), oils and gas exportation, and fishing (salmon).
Yukon Territory Postcard 1. The world's largest weathervane is in Yukon. 2. The world's smallest desert is in Yukon (642 acres). 3. Yukon is large enough to hold the states of California, Arizona, Delaware and West Virginia.
Although tourism is one of Yukon's economic activities, some of the other economic activities are mining (gold), forestry (white spruce and aspen), and the film industry.
I thought that since tourism was one of Yukon's economic activities, this place would be fun.